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Networking seminar: Hong Kong as a hub for joint venture and an update on the protests

November 20, 2014 - 13:30-14:00

Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Denmark – Hong Kong Trade Association sincerely invite you to a networking seminar on how to use Hong Kong as a platform for joint venture.
Seminar starts at 11:30 followed by networking lunch served in buffet style
At the seminar we will also give an update on the protests in Hong Kong.
Asian Financial Forum – A conference to meet investors
Julie Borselius, Manager, Nordics, Hong Kong Trade Development Council  will introduce the forum which offers investment project owners to meet with private equity firms, investors and high net-worth individuals.
Sino-Danish Joint Venture
Nikolaj Juhl Hansen, Attorney and Partner, Magnusson. Nikolaj heads up Magnusson’s China Desk in Denmark. With his rich experience in advising on Sino-Danish investments, he will explain the Sino-Danish joint venture model – “Danish technology, Chinese funding taking place in Hong Kong”. A company case will be shared.
Update on the Hong Kong economy
Flemming Jegbjærg Nielsen, Senior Analyst Danske Bank Markets International Macro, will give an update on the present economic situation in Hong Kong and a projection on the Hong Kong economy.
Update on Hong Kong Protest and its impact on the business environment in Hong Kong
Carsten Boyer Thøgersen, Director of Copenhagen Business Confuscius Institute, Copenhagen Business School. Mr. Thøgersen will give us an update on the protest and share his view on its impact to the business environment in Hong Kong. Mr. Thøgersen is former Consul-General of Denmark in Shanghai and Guangzhou, former board member of Directors of the Danish Business Association in Hong Kong and the Denmark-Hong Kong Trade Association in Copenhagen
Signup before November 14 on the following link.
Venue: Asia House, Indiakaj 16, 2100, Copenhagen
Networking seminar: Hong Kong as a hub for joint venture and an update on the protests


November 20, 2014